Housing prices are plummeting: 40 US cities that will soon be under water

As sea levels rise and hurricanes become more and more severe, the effects of climate change are disproportionately felt in some areas of the United States. GOBankingRates examined the costs of warming by analyzing 300 cities from Zillow's sea level rise study report, and ...

How a girl who lost a house in California fires built a $ 200 million business

From his porch on the hills in Santa Rosa (California), Richard Hicks can see the magnificent pine trees, green slopes and a bunch of unfinished houses. The 72-year-old pensioner lost his home in the ill-fated 2017 and moved to a new one built in its place. He writes about this ...

The researcher lived 60 days on the street and decided that he would never give money to the homeless again

Ed Stafford is a former British Army captain, adventurer and traveler. As part of the filming of the documentary 60 Days on the Streets, he decided on an experiment: he left his son, wife, comfortable home and became homeless for 2 months. About it writes Bright Side. He must…

Danger for children: doctors in the US are sounding the alarm because of the flu virus this year

This year, an outbreak of influenza in the United States will not be so dangerous - due to the predominance of the strain of virus B. But it is this virus that infects children and adolescents more often than adults and seniors. This was announced by a specialist in infectious diseases ...

6 days in a snow trap: a woman from Northern California, lost in the mountains, miraculously survived

In Northern California, a woman with dementia went missing six days ago. She was found alive in a snow-covered car, Fox News writes. Butte County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release that at about noon the Sheriff’s helicopter searching the Butt Meadows area had found the car. Is he…

CDC has published new information about Escherichia coli in lettuce: what you need to know

Almost three months after being infected with the E. Coli strain due to eating romaine lettuce, representatives of the federal health department allowed it to be consumed, USA Today writes. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a report declaring food safety. ...

Best Job for Ours: Top New York Jobs of the Week

In our weekly article, we have collected the latest and current vacancies, where you will need knowledge of the Russian language. Everything is very simple: if you are interested in a vacancy, follow the link to send a resume with a cover letter, or call directly - and without work ...

A record number of weapons seized at U.S. airports in 2019

In the United States, passengers are prohibited from transporting firearms (whether loaded or not) through security checkpoints at airports. But in 2019, the Transportation Security Administration found a record 4 firearms at checkpoints at US airports. According to the TSA report, on average ...

What services can immigrants in New York get

Where immigrants can get the information they need in New York, enroll in free English courses, or consult on a particular issue, NYC311 reports. New Yorkers can count on a variety of immigration and civil services, including such ...

Russians in America: Unexpected Facts How Russian Immigrants Affected the USA

Historian Ivan Kurilla told Voice of America about the influence of Russian immigrants on American society from the end of the XNUMXth century to the present. In Russian-American relations, Russia has long acted as a country receiving assistance. The United States, for its part, acted as a donor, a source of new models, ...

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